Tina Turner, who captivated audiences with her soulful classics and popular hits such as “The Best” and “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” has passed away at the age of 83.
In recent years, Turner had battled several health issues, including cancer, a stroke, and kidney failure.
During the 1960s, she rose to fame alongside her husband Ike, creating memorable songs like “Proud Mary” and “River Deep, Mountain High.”
However, after enduring an abusive relationship, Turner courageously divorced Ike in 1978 and embarked on a solo career that brought her even greater success in the 1980s.
Known as the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Tina Turner was celebrated for her provocative and dynamic stage performances, as well as her distinctively powerful and husky vocals.
The news of her passing was shared on her official Instagram page, which expressed how she had enchanted millions of fans worldwide with her music and unwavering zest for life. The post also noted that Turner’s legacy would continue to inspire future generations.
Today, we bid farewell to a dear friend who leaves behind an indelible imprint through her remarkable musical contributions.